Symbolism in "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller
Many symbols are incorporated into the play "Death of a Salesman", which are the basis of the motifs and themes that develop throughout the play. These symbols become part of the character and the motifs of the play.
One of the diction motifs that run in the play is life and death. As the play begins, we are introduced to the motif of death and the incapability of growing life in the back garden due to the realistic domination of materialism and the concrete walls that cast the shadow of death upon the plantations.
Towards then end of the play, and as Willy Lowman reaches the beginning…
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